Wednesday, June 11, 2008


Mixwit, a site that lets you create virtual mix tapes, is by far the most awesome thing on the Interwebs today. It is almost identical to the previously featured site Muxtape, but with more customization and without all the waiting for uploads to go through.

You can search for songs on their database, add them to your mix, choose the title, texture, and colors... and share. That's right, they added an embed option. (!!!)

The site blog was inaugurated on March 4th, and since then they have added features like a search function, RSS feeds, favorites, a launch bar, and a pop-out player.

Though there doesn't seem to be any info on who is behind the site, the two song databases Mixwit uses are Seeqpod and Skreemr. They got their old school tape images from Tapedeck and the icons from FamFamFam.

I would elaborate more, but that would cut down on my exploring Mixwit time. Enjoy!
(From Da Buzz )


Justin Crisostomo said...

you forgot to mention the best part:

unless you did and I just skimmed over it...

...the tape actually moves as you progress through the mix! The next natural step is to design one that you have to rewind in real-time.

I'm going to start a whole internet craze by making formerly cumbersome pre-internet devices new and retro-hip!


W. E. B. Du Blag said...

I totally did forget to mention that little gem.

And okay, I bite, what does "wohbsrf" stand for?

Justin Crisostomo said...

its a puzzle, I've done it before (with an explanation i believe!) good luck figuring it out